Tag: Rosa

Radio Free Skaro #706 – Surfer Rosa

Our Series 11 Commentary series rolls along this week with the much lauded, Hugo Award Finalist “Rosa”, and to watch this hard hitting episode, we welcome our guest commentator Ly Cao from Pixel Who! But before that, Steven and Chris discuss the first Gallifrey…

Radio Free Skaro #683 – Greyscale Separation Overlay

Download MP3 There’s extraordinarily little in the way of news this week, other than the fact that your Time Team (and a big ‘ol crew) are currently shooting Series 12 and saying nothing about it. But if you said to yourself “hoo boy would…

Radio Free Skaro #682 – Ganymede User Systems

Exciting times here for the Three Who Rule as it’s time for the first Miniscope of 2019! The subject is writer Jamie Mathieson, scribe of four stories from the Peter Capaldi era (“Mummy on the Orient Express”, “Flatline”, “The Girl Who Died” (co-written with…

Radio Free Skaro #667 – Chain Reaction

With mere days to go before the Doctor Who New Year’s Day special, “Resolution”, the Three Who Rule (and their LEGO Fluid Links doppelgängers) are getting antsy, but at least there’s plenty of news to delve into, including Gallifrey One updates, more stats, additional…

Radio Free Skaro #660 – Doctor of Hope and Lego

We’re at the halfway point of Doctor Who’s new Time Team’s first series, and “The Tsuranga Conundrum” is the final of the initial Chibnall quartet of stories. Confused yet? Well, luckily the above unpronounceable quandary is a straight ahead adventure that the Three Who…

Radio Free Skaro #659 – The Web of Fear

The Doctor and her fam…errr, TARDIS Team land back in Sheffield and smack dab into spiders, ethically dubious American businessmen and RTD-level family drama in “Arachnids in the UK”, the latest instalment of the eleventh series of Doctor Who. Will the quintessentially Whovian juxtaposition…

Radio Free Skaro #658 – The Spirit of Rosa

For a show about time travel, Doctor Who doesn’t really go deep on matters historical, preferring a quick tour and a laugh to really getting into events as they unfold. But that changed this week with “Rosa,” a look at how civil rights hero…